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Online video startup Dyyno is rolling out a new universal broadcasting software that allows users to easily set up and live stream video presentations, games and movies online. The new Dyyno Universal Broadcaster also integrates with Justin.tv to tapping into its audience of 30 million users. Read more »

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Today on the Net: The four things live YouTube needs to succeed, HBO subscribers have declined for the second straight quarter to their lowest level in four years and Warner Music Group’s go-it-alone video strategy might be hurting it while Vevo is growing dramatically. Read more »

live on youtube

YouTube launched a new feature with select partners that will allow them to stream programming live online. Through a two-day alpha trial with Howcast, Next New Networks, Rocketboom and Young Hollywood, YouTube and its partners will test the capabilities of the live streaming offering. Read more »

YouTube Live

YouTube, which has live broadcasted a few high-profile events over the years, appears ready to expand its live offerings dramatically. The s… Read more »

Garmin Android phone at MWC 2010
photo: Tricia Duryee

Garmin is prepared to leave the smartphone business if the company does not see some light at the end of the tunnel in the next couple of qu… Read more »

broadcast

Broadcast networks would do well to keep viewers on their own sites rather than having them watch video through embedded players, according to new research. Viewers watched more broadcast video on-site and viewers that found content through social networking sites were more likely to watch longer. Read more »

ivi

Ivi streams live TV from broadcasters like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and PBS, but it didn’t sign a single contract with any of these companies. Instead, it relies on a clause in U.S. copyright law that allows cable TV providers to retransmit over-the-air broadcast content. Read more »

Morning Lowdown
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»  The Hollywood Reporter will cease publishing a daily print digest and will replace it with an online PDF for subscribers as it… Read more »

burstpoint

Video startup BurstPoint Networks is launching with a video delivery suite aimed at distributing high-definition video. The BurstPoint Video Communications Platform, being announced today, was launched as a way for enterprise customers to efficiently deliver video both behind the firewall and over the broader Internet. Read more »

live matrix

Online calendaring site Live Matrix is finally being opened up to anyone who wants to know what’s happening on the web at any given time. The site, which was co-founded by Nova Spivack and Sanjay Reddy, currently indexes more than 100,000 unique events a week. Read more »

fiberopticscable

There’s a very good chance that most people in America will soon have just one choice for truly high-speed Internet access suitable for watching video — their local cable monopoly. With cable’s DOCSIS 3.0 as an intermediate step, we’re reaching the era of true convergence. Read more »

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A new startup called Yap.tv aims to enter the social TV space with a group of mobile apps focused on building conversations around television programs. Yap.tv, which raised a funding round in June, is set to release its first app for the iPad later this month. Read more »

Crystal Ball
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IAC (NSDQ: IACI) notoriously let Bloglines deteriorate since buying it five years ago;… Read more »

N-Gage
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Early analysis is concluding that Nokia’s hiring of Stephen Elop was the best way to create a clean slate and breathe personality into a com… Read more »

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